Part 7 of 7 How to Build a Raised Bed Garden: Drip Emitter Install and Final Testing!

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John from www.growingyourgreens.com helps his friends to build their raised bed garden. This is Part 7. Installation of the last pieces of Drip tubing. and Drip Emitters into the Drip Tube. Finally a full system test and adjusting the flow rate with the built-in ball valve to control the flow of water out each drip emitter.

14 Responses to “Part 7 of 7 How to Build a Raised Bed Garden: Drip Emitter Install and Final Testing!”

  1. ollie54able says:

    John, this is one of the best videos I have vied on building and completing a raised bed garden. Thoroughly explained, very clean & clear and the demonstrations are very beneficial and easy to comprehend. You do (did a) very professional work and I am sure this couple will be able to have a wonderful home grown veggie crop!… Excellent!

  2. ollie54able says:

    John, this is one of the best videos I have vied on building and completing a raised bed garden. Thoroughly explained, very clean & clear and the demonstrations are very beneficial and easy to comprehend. You do (did a) very professional work and I am sure this couple will be able to have a wonderful home grown veggie crop!… Excellent!

  3. TnWormsCastings says:

    that was great thanks

  4. growingyourgreens says:

    yes, whenever im over there, I will film some updates. not sure how often that will be.. 🙂

  5. 1ChevyGuy375 says:

    Nice job with that John. I think they will love It, I know I would. Hey I was wondering If you are going to do updates on them, throughout the growing season? Or maybe you can convince them or mention to them to do their own YouTube videos on their garden? Just a Idea, I would like to see their progress throughout the season.

  6. growingyourgreens says:

    Zeke, most important is to grow crops that are adapted to high desert (short season). Check out seedtrust. c o m . I heard bill talk over the past weekend, and will be uploading clips from the talk soon.

  7. zekehooper says:

    John, After watching this I see it is easier to use the drip stuff instead of haveing it all be PVC pipe. I can’t wait to get my beds built! Could you do a vid on just growing in greenhouses or maybe one one short seasion growing? I live in Bend,or and it is the high desert, with a growing short growing seasion. You are an insperation for alot of people, thanks.

  8. Whippetfest says:

    John! Perfect timing. I just bought all of my drip line stuff today! I hope to get started tomorrow. I had a landscape guy talking to me about the tubing with the existing holes but I decided I wanted more control thanks to all of your experience, I went with what you were advising your friends to do and what you do. I really really appreciate what you share! Thanks to your friends too! Looks great : )

  9. telemarker77 says:

    you can use grapewire- galvanized steel wire to make the irrigation stakes. it is infinitely cheaper than buying those aluminum stakes.

  10. telemarker77 says:

    im going to put a 1-2 pineapple guava tree in my front yard thanks to your inspiration.

    currently it has a large ponderosa pine and purple ash. but i had managed a number of years ago to put in 4 landscaping beds, filled with strawberries and blueberry bushes. an arbor/grabes, a nastarium and lavender bed, 2 almond trees, 2 pomegranates, 1 anna apple, 1 gala applae, 1 black fig, 1 washington naval, and 1 lane late. plus i have used the large beds to throw in some watermelon in sum.

  11. leasmom96 says:

    Very cool!

  12. crosspecans says:

    thanks for that tip about the cleanable emitters. we water with lake water and have had prob with them getting stopped up before. just knowing i can replace and clean them will save lots of new purchases. we are just using leaky hose right now. waves~~~

  13. mysciencenow says:

    i think i have the same kind of shoes as rick

  14. CaptainEpcot says:

    Thanks John, I really enjoyed all 7 parts of this series of videos. It was exactly what a lot of us needed. You provide a great service to all of us. Keep it up! Can’t wait to see an update on their raised beds a few months from now.

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